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Vintage, Inc.

  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • 4 people are interested
Vintage Center
Vintage is a comprehensive service center for active adults/seniors. Located in East Liberty, Vintage offers activities that promote health and wellness.

All non-profits work to stretch their dollars, and that is where volunteers can have an impact.
Work done by volunteers is work that the agency does not have to pay for, meaning our dollars are available for direct client services.

Vintage seeks assistance with keeping our exterior well-maintained. This would include routine landscaping tasks such as weeding and raking. An advantage is that this can be done at any time! Volunteers schedule one orientation session with Vintage, and then can come to the building at any time to do a little outdoors maintenance. We ask volunteers for at least one monthly visit during the growing season (you are off the hook over the winter!).

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About Vintage, Inc.



Mission Statement

To improve and influence the experience of aging in our community.


Vintage is a non-profit organization providing comprehensive senior center programs in Allegheny County, PA, primarily within the City of Pittsburgh.

On a typical day, 127 seniors visit the Center to participate in a wide array of activities, such as exercise classes, day trips, billiards, art classes. The Center offers a daily hot lunch and also has a fitness studio that is open to all members ($25/year membership).

Vintage is a licensed provider of Stanford University's Chronic Disease Self-Management Program, an evidence-based workshop series for adults with chronic conditions. These workshops are offered in a variety of locations throughout Allegheny County, PA.



We'll work with your schedule.


421 North Highland AvenuePittsburgh, PA 15206




  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group


  • Orientation or Training
  • Once per month April thru November (more often if desired by the volunteer)- each visit 60-90 minutes.

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